June Efficiency Project

Executive Board Secretary, Herbie Leong presents on the School Efficiency Project at Peace Lutheran Church in Hartford, Wisconsin.

Delivered: Sunday, July 1, 2018


July Bible Study: Noah: The Man, The Ark, The Flood

NOAH: THE MAN, THE ARK, THE FLOOD – July 15, 22 & 29

Filmed on location at the Creation Museum in Petersburg, Kentucky, this four-part Bible study looks at the biblical character of Noah, his life and times, and the remarkable vessel he built to escape the waters of the flood. Along the way, commentary from numerous specialists considers the issue of extreme human age, how building such a watercraft was possible, the extent of the flood’s reach, how a single vessel could hold such a multitude of animals, and the phenomena of far-flung flood stories in other cultures.

The Genesis account of a cataclysmic flood in chapters six through nine is one of the Old Testament’s more timeless sagas. It chronicles Noah and his devout righteousness, contrasting his blameless fidelity to God with the wanton corruption and violence God saw at work in the world around Noah. Along with his immediate family, Noah is singled out for God’s blessing-and salvation-from the waters of a flood let loose to wipe out every living thing-except the people and creatures aboard the ark. The story is an extraordinary one to be sure and ends with God blessing Noah and his family for their obedient faithfulness, making a covenant with them to never again destroy the earth by a flood.

A five centuries-old man building a huge boat on the startling news of coming floodwaters – sounds like the makings of one remarkable story. It is. Jump in and get your feet wet with Noah: The Man, The Ark, The Flood. (Produced by Lutheran Hour Ministries–www.lhm.org)




Upcoming Worship Series: I Believe a Catechetical Look at the Apostles’ Creed

i believe

a catechetical look at the apostles’ creed

Week after week, we confess our faith together as Christians in worship–what we believe about our triune God.  In a new summer worship series starting in July, we’ll take a closer look at what we are saying when we say “I believe…” in our confessions of faith.

I believe in…

The Father – the Creator and Preserver (July 8 and 15)

The Son – the Humiliated and Exalted One (July 22 and 29)

The Holy Spirit – the Enlightener and Sanctifier (August 5 and 12)


Special Needs Bible Class & Worship

Peace Lutheran Church along with Jesus Cares Ministries offers Bible Classes and Worship Services for those with Special Needs.

Bible Classes and Worship Services are designed to meet the needs of individuals with a variety of special needs, including  dementia, autism, Down’s Syndrome, language disorders, and more!

Bible Classes are held on the second Monday of the month at 6:30 pm at Peace Lutheran Church in Hartford.

Worship Services are held on the fourth Monday of the month at 6:30 pm at Trinity Community Center in Mayville.

Events are FREE for everyone!